Taylor Hidalgo has always been a cat person.
Taylor Hidalgo is glad Rock Band was never in arcades when he was growing up.
Taylor Hidalgo finds the terror in child’s play.
Taylor Hidalgo is a creature of strange, though intentional, noises.
Taylor Hidalgo remembers the titans from his childhood.
Taylor Hidalgo always packs (and actually wears) hideous Hawaiian shirts.
Taylor Hidalgo already misses what doesn’t even exist and can’t be lost.
Taylor Hidalgo plays more with the menu music than the high level content.
Taylor Hidalgo finds good guys are only “good” from one perspective.
Taylor Hidalgo finds the things most worth chasing have the smallest rewards.
Taylor Hidalgo ponders whether shape gives meaning, or vice versa.
Taylor Hidalgo battles continuously with his D6, and often loses.
Taylor Hidalgo finds his stories usually begin with poor dexterity and end in tears.
Taylor Hidalgo hears his doom coming, and it’s shaped like a colorful skeleton.
Taylor Hidalgo feels entirely surrounded by nothing, and it’s terrifying.
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